University On The Niger Teaching Hospital matriculates 500 pioneer students

Hon Samuel and others at the matriculation ceremony.

By Akuma

The University on the Niger Teaching Hospital, Iyienu Ogidi has administered oath of matriculation on about 500 Students from five schools of the university, for the 2023/2024 academic session.

The Nija Sun reporter reliably gathered that the schools that carried out their matriculation include, the school of Health Information Management, School of Pharmacy Technician, School of Dental Health Science, School of Medical Laboratory and School of Community Health Department.

Congratulating the matriculants, the Special Assistant to Governor Charles Soludo on Security Matters and Homelands Affairs, Hon Ezenduka Chike Samuel congratulated his daughter, Miss Chiamaka, who is one of the matriculants and others for being accepted by the school management, urging them to carve a niche for themselves with the opportunity before them by being studious.

He said that the students came blank and plain and that the institution was ready to train them and impart necessary knowledge and skills in them.

Hon Samuel appreciated the school Management for their immense contributions to the society through the provision of the institution capable of producing positive society changers which he said is inline with Prof Soludo Governor’s mantra.

In a special way, he thanked the Bishop East on the Niger, Bishop Owen Nwokolo and his wife for maintaining the dignity of the school.

Hon Samuel eulogized Prof Soludo for fulfilling his promises to Ndi Anambra especially in the areas of education and roads maintenance as well as construction.

He charged Ndi Anambra not to panic, adding that the solution effects would penetrate every beneath and length of the state.

Also speaking, Oscar Nwachukwu (Ezeugo na Akpo) wished his cousin sister, Miss Chiamaka a successful stay in the university and also encouraged her to do her best in making the family proud and try to pass through school also allow the school to pass through her.

Ezeugo prayed that God would continue to show her and others mercy so that they would come out with good grades. One of the lecturers of the school, Mr Nwosu Alexander ( Isimmili umuoji ) advised the students and warned them to know their aim of coming to the institution and try to achieve them for them to be useful to society and to their families as well.

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